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British Labour and the Russian Revolution, 1917-1924

British Labour and the Russian Revolution, 1917-1924

By Stephen Richards Graubard

Harvard University Press, 1956, 305 pp.

A study of the effect of the Russian Revolution on British labor history. In the author's judgment the Labor Party's response, which emerged in the years 1917-1924, remained constant throughout the inter-war period: friendship to Soviet Russia and its people but hostility toward Moscow's creations, national and international.